Adjective: перенесенный


facts brought to light - ставшие известными факты

brought his quarry to bay - загнал свою жертву в тупик

experts minutely surveyed the situation that had brought about the crisis - специалисты провели тщательное исследование ситуации, вызвавшей кризис

with some difficulty I brought him round to my way of thinking - с трудом я заставил его принять мою точку зрения

like smth. the cat brought in - запачканный, неопрятный

balance brought from last account - перенесенное сальдо

brought to a boil - доведённый до кипения

brought forward to the next year - перенесённый на следующий год

be brought to the surface together with the oil - извлекаться на поверхность вместе с нефтью

horses were brought to rest - лошадей остановили

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I brought him a book. - Я принёс ему книгу.

He brought my coat and his. - Он принёс моё и своё пальто.

I brought my camera along - Я взял с собой фотоаппарат.

She is very piggishly brought up. - Она очень плохо воспитана.

Mother brought a pretty Poll. - Мама принесла премиленького попугайчика.

The sale brought in over $250. - Прибыль от продаж составила более 250 долларов.

It brought out his better side. - Это происшествие показало его с лучшей стороны.

He brought his instruments along. - Он принёс с собой инструменты.

I was brought up a Catholic. - Я был воспитан в католической вере.

It brought the scandal to light. - Это пролило свет на скандал.

My aunt brought up four children. - Моя тётка вырастила четверых детей.

They brought the water to a boil. - Они довели воду до кипения.

The hunter brought down a deer. - Охотник подстрелил оленя.

Supplies were brought in by air. - Снабжение осуществлялось по воздуху /воздушным путём, при помощи авиации, авиатранспортом/.

The jury brought in an acquittal. - Присяжные вынесли оправдательный приговор.

The waiter brought the next dish on. - Официант подал следующее блюдо.

I was brought up to respect the law. - Меня воспитывали в уважении к закону.

His story brought tears to her eyes. - От его рассказа у неё на глаза навернулись слёзы.

The waiter brought drinks on a tray. - Официант разносил напитки на подносе.

The warm sun brought the flowers out. - Цветы распустились под тёплыми лучами солнца.

The team brought honor to the school. - Эта команда прославила школу.

Her question brought me up short. - Её вопрос прервал меня на полуслове.

She brought honour to her family. - Она принесла славу своей семье.

The famine brought mass starvation. - Нехватка еды привела к массовому голоду.

He brought reproach upon his family. - Он опозорил свою семью.

She brought home a carload of books. - Она привезла домой целый вагон книг.

The gunners brought down three planes. - Зенитчики сбили три самолёта.

The pain brought tears to his eyes. - От боли у него на глазах появились слёзы.

a heart attack brought on by overwork - сердечный приступ, вызванный переутомлением

Tom has brought out another new book. - Том напечатал очередную книгу.

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Связанные термины:

bring: If you bring someone or something with you when you come to a place, they come with you or you have them with you.

brought-on: made or bought outside the community, as a commercially manufactured product

well-brought-up: If you say that someone, especially a child, is well-brought-up, you mean that they are very polite because they have been taught good manners.

bring in: When a government or organization brings in a new law or system, they introduce it.

bring on: If something brings on an illness, pain, or feeling, especially one that you often suffer from, it causes you to have it.

bring to: If you bring someone to when they are unconscious, you make them become conscious again.

bring up: When someone brings up a child, they look after it until it is an adult . If someone has been brought up in a certain place or with certain attitudes, they grew up in that place or were taught those attitudes when they were growing up.

bring off: If you bring off something difficult, you do it successfully.

bring out: When a person or company brings out a new product, especially a new book or CD, they produce it and put it on sale .

bring about: To bring something about means to cause it to happen.

bring along: If you bring someone or something along, you bring them with you when you come to a place.

bring back: Something that brings back a memory makes you think about it.

bring down: When people or events bring down a government or ruler, they cause the government or ruler to lose power.

bring over: to cause (a person) to change allegiances

bring round: to restore (a person) to consciousness, esp after a faint

be brought to bed (of): to give birth (to)

to be brought to bed: to give birth (to)

bring around: If you bring someone around when they are unconscious, you make them become conscious again.

bring forward: If you bring forward a meeting or event, you arrange for it to take place at an earlier date or time than had been planned .

bring the check: If you bring the check in a restaurant, you bring the customer a piece of paper on which the price of their meal is written.

be called/held/brought to account: If someone is called, held, or brought to account for something they have done wrong, they are made to explain why they did it, and are often criticized or punished for it.

come into play/be brought into play: When something comes into play or is brought into play, it begins to be used or to have an effect .

look like something the cat brought in: to appear dishevelled or bedraggled

be brought down a peg/be taken down a peg: If you say that someone should be brought down a peg or be taken down a peg, you mean that they should be made to realize that they are not so important or wonderful as they think they are.

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